We’ve all been enamoured by the sparkles that come from Swarovski crystals. Now imagine, a wedding gown that has 500,000 of these crystals encrusted on it. That was the highlight at Victoria Swarovski’s wedding.
The 23 year old Austrian Singer, and heiress of the Swarovski Empire got married to her long time boyfriend, Werner Mürz, a Munich-based entrepreneur, on June 16, 2017 at at the Cathedral of San Giusto in Trieste, Italy, and the internet can’t stop talking about the extravagant wedding .
Of course! She wore the dreamiest outfits, all by Filipino designer Michael Cinco and celebrated in a dazzling three day extravaganza along with 250 other guests. A truly million dollar wedding, decorated with crystals and gorgeous floral settings, lavish meals and Italian entertainment.
The three day long celebration started off with the Red and White themed gala at the Falisia Resort & Spa where guests relished luscious pasta and wine at the tables decorated with shimmering candelabras.
Victoria wore this sensational red-beaded gown with a halter neckline and a flowing waterfall train embellished with Swarovski crystals by Michael Cinco, which she paired with metallic Jimmy Choo heels and a heart-shaped clutch for Thursday’s “Pasta and Love” evening dinner.
The guests arrived in style, all dressed in the theme!
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The couple set the dance floor on fire!
The wedding was on Friday at the San Guisto Church, where the bride serenaded everyone with her custom made gown by Michael Cinco which weighed 46 kgs because of the 500,000 crystals decorated on it.
The outfit was accompanied by a eight metre trail, customised Jimmy Choo heels and a 26 foot long veil.
Just look at this glorious photograph.
You may now kiss each other!
And then they walked out as man and wife to greet the crowd!
Before the Reception, they managed to take some beautiful pictures showcasing their love and that drool worthy wedding dress.
The decor involved flowers, the couple’s initials and some more Swarovski crystals, all designed by Sabine Königsberger.
The traditional ceremony was followed by a ecstatic evening party and singing by the sea.
The bridesmaids wore sleek dresses with a high neckline and were there in full attendance during the throwing of the bouquet.
The guests headed over to Maxi’s Restaurant, Portopiccolo for a spectacular dinner and this larger than life five tier cake was witnessed by the guests.
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